2016 Computer Buying Guide

The 2016 Back To School Computer Buying Guide is here!!!  See latest guidance we released towards purchasing a new computer, for yourself or others, for back to school or just for general usage.  Updated twice a year, this is the latest in details for you!  This guide includes more details than the broadcast, and covers many purchase decisions.  It’s not the final word, so we encourage you to contact us and ask your burning computer purchase questions!

The Guide

Now on YouTube

YouTube has existed for ages.  As time moves forward, we are seeing more and more in the way of informational and educational items joining the video world.  Recently, the team at Computer Talk Radio decided that it was time to add this popular venue to the mix. The show is uploaded each week, just in case you miss your local broadcast.  We also would like your suggestions for how to make our presentation really shine, so contact us!

YouTube Channel

Windows 10 Notes

Windows 10 has been around for about a year now, and it’s running well.  We are recommending it for most people.  OK, it does have some privacy issues, where you have to turn stuff off, and check once in a while.  Most people don’t worry about it, as they post their every life decision on Facebook, Instagram, and more.  If you want to make the leap to Windows 10, here’s some important links and notes for you, even if you missed the free upgrade!

Tips and Tricks

Actual Radio Broadcast

Broadcast on 9 standard terrestrial broadcast stations, scattered across the United States.  Some commercial, some religious, and some public radio.  It’s not always the same in each market, but it’s always informative.

Weekly Podcast

The 90 minute podcast includes all of the content broadcast for each week.  Special broadcasts will also mention this podcast so that you can stay informed on major topics.  Click here…

The Nerdcast

Covering the nerdier topics, this show is interesting, exciting, and fun.  Whether exploring entertainment, or talking about fun technology, it is a window into nerd pursuits.  Click here…


We’ve added a new YouTube channel, containing our latest broadcast shows.  Check it out, as we’ll soon post some extra exclusive content on YouTube as well…  Don’t forget to subscribe…

Contact us! Yes, anyone on the team!

I suppose you might have a question or two.  Here is the place to connect with us, inform us, but also gain the answers to your burning questions pertaining to computers and technology.  We’re a bunch of nerds who have a passion for helping others.  We truly, and genuinely wish to help you understand your computer better, so please do take the time to let us know how we can help you.


More About Computer Talk Radio

Computer Talk Radio brings nerds to your actual radio each week, with Benjamin Rockwell leading the team of computer and technology experts.  In a given week on the radio show, you may hear news and interviews; information on tips, tricks, and gadgets; answering your questions; or perhaps just a bit of experience from the technology world.  In some markets, you may find that there is even more available on the podcast.  Additionally, we have the bonus item that helps you learn more about the fascinations that nerds have with computers, entertainment, and more.  Further, Computer Talk Radio works to maintain material that is perfectly clean for the whole family.

Each of the experts on the show have their own specialty fields.  Keith M. Sedor is our newest addition, as a daily Apple Consultant, but a Car guy as well.  Steve Keske handles Seniors, Disability,Military, History, and Gadgets.  Jesse Peloski is the go-to guy for Small Office, and Business, as well as Music and Gaming.  Deb Shadovitz brings things like Eco, Tech and Travel, and Apple experience.  Benjamin Rockwell, the show host, brings it all together, with an opinion or knowledge in most of the fields above, and then some!

Years broadcasting

Minutes each week

Reasons to not listen

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